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  • Birthday 05/02/1969

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  1. Really bummed out right now, but it's really comforting to see all these old friends coming out of the woodwork to pay condolences.
  2. This song is worth a listen, no really!!
  3. Well they are certainly char-broiling the string section every night!!! http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v335/bastillenight/IMG_1117-5.jpg (From Toronto, night 2)
  4. Same shit, different year! Great to see old friends popping in occasionally. This really was and is a great place to hang out.
  5. QUOTE (barney_rebel @ Sep 28 2012, 10:20 PM) QUOTE (sullysue @ Sep 28 2012, 10:02 PM) QUOTE (barney_rebel @ Sep 28 2012, 04:12 PM) tired. You're always tired, you goofball. As is evident from your avatar. Shower cap and all. Wake the hell up for once! Seven plus years of this shit. time to revive the welcome thread? Resting up for RushCon, I presume?!
  6. My jaw kept hitting the floor each time a the next song was played, it was just fantastic! If I was forced to complain about something, the reggae Working Man is played out (IMO) and the encore was very anticlimactic. That was my first opening night Rush show, and I'm so glad I went....well worth the long drive from Toronto. Can't wait for the Toronto shows and hopefully seeing a secondary setlist!!!
  7. Here's my vid of Neil's 'electronic' solo, just before Red Sector A. I've got a few more, but man they take a long time to upload!
  8. QUOTE (J2112YYZ @ Aug 22 2012, 08:58 AM)QUOTE (D3strukt @ Aug 22 2012, 02:11 AM) It's on R30. As for if they'll play it again, who knows? It's become very hard over the last few tours to predict what they'll play. It closed the first set.
  9. Just got the shipping notification from Music Today for my opening night tickets.
  10. QUOTE (NYM86 @ Jul 15 2012, 09:26 PM) QUOTE (Bastille Night @ Jul 15 2012, 08:06 PM) I took a two week hiatus on CA, and am just listening to it again tonight. The Wreckers holds up for me, and I think it will hold up for a long time. Sorry that it doesn't work for you dude! More and more I'm feeling sorry for the cynical folk that can't appreciate this material! Call me a sap, but I'm loving this shit!!! Ah alright, not loving The Wreckers automatically makes one "cynical." Good to know! YES! You got my point exactly!
  11. I took a two week hiatus on CA, and am just listening to it again tonight. The Wreckers holds up for me, and I think it will hold up for a long time. Sorry that it doesn't work for you dude! More and more I'm feeling sorry for the cynical folk that can't appreciate this material! Call me a sap, but I'm loving this shit!!!
  12. I just read Candide for the first time just because of the reference from this album (yay Neil, you made me read something I otherwise would only have just thought about reading). Yep, Goob's analysis seems to fit. I was actually quite surprised that there was some backlash against the concept. There are many angry people here! There were a bunch of other cool quotes in the Candide text that I need to fish out. Such a cool book. It's funny to realize that people back in 1700s were thinking the same shit as we're thinking now, and maybe we haven't really progessed that much? I wonder how Voltaire would have approached message boards?
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